When popular Los Angeles sandwich chain Eggslut made its highly-anticipated debut in Singapore back in 2021, I dismissed it as yet another trendy food fad I wasn’t quite willing to queue for. A year later, I finally succumbed to the allure of its pillowy-soft brioche buns and creamy scrambled egg filling—and now there’s no turning back.
Catering to the downtown crowd, its second outlet is conveniently located in Suntec City, featuring eye-catching digital screens and plush seats. Similar to its flagship Scotts Square restaurant, the new establishment has a glasshouse-like design, allowing plenty of natural sunlight to illuminate the space. Currently, the exterior is decked with festive-themed decal by artist UNIQUIST, creating a laid-back and fun vibe for diners. Guests who spend a minimum of $50 and above can also bring home an exclusive Eggslut tote bag, featuring works by the same artist, available while stocks last.
Menu-wise, you’ll find the usual suspects like its famed Fairfax Sandwich ($12), which comes with soft cage-free scrambled eggs, chives, caramelised onions, cheddar cheese, and drizzles of sriracha mayo sandwiched in a warm and buttery brioche bun. If there’s one item you shouldn’t miss, this would be it. Alternatively, the Sausage, Egg, and Egg Sandwich ($12) feels like an upgraded McMuffin, with house-made chicken sausage, cage-free over medium egg, cheddar cheese, as well as honey mustard aioli in a brioche bun. Those feeling fancy can add on extras like avocado, bacon, and more.
My favourite is the Slut ($11), which features coddled eggs and house-made potato purée in a pretty glass jar. The accompanying slices of baguette—a mere three, could’ve been more generous. If your appetite allows, the Truffle Hashbrowns ($5.50) cooked in duck fat, is worth a try.
Just in time for the festivities, the outlet also offers the limited edition Eggslut Drip Coffee Bags ($20) created in collaboration with Common Man Coffee Roasters. Made from 100% specialty grade Arabica coffee, these drip coffee bags come with notes of dark chocolate, grapefruit and a lingering cocoa finish for a satisfying cup of joe.
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Never been to Singapore but this sounds great 🙂